Orion 183-419


RA (J2000)
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Disk Diameter (AU)
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Major axis PA
Reference
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At ref. wavelength (microns)
# References
05 35 18.31-05 24 19.0UC4140.25103.56570Bally, O'Dell, and McCaughrean 20004.40.666
 

References:

The Circumstellar Disk Mass Distribution in the Orion Trapezium Cluster

Mann, R.K., Williams, J.P., 2009, ApJ, 694, 36

3 other objects in this reference

The Hubble Space Telescope/Advanced Camera for Surveys Atlas of Protoplanetary Disks in the Great Orion Nebula

*Ricci, L., Robberto, M., Soderblom, D.R., 2008, AJ, 136, 2136

33 other objects in this reference

X-Ray Emission from Orion Nebula Cluster Stars with Circumstellar Disks and Jets

Kastner, J. H., Franz, G., Grosso, N., Bally, J., McCaughrean, M. J., Getman, K., Feigelson, E. D., Schulz, N. S., 2005, ApJ, 160, 511

20 other objects in this reference

Disks, Microjets, Windblown Bubbles, and Outflows in the Orion Nebula

*Bally, J., O'Dell, C.R., and McCaughrean, M.J. 2000, A.J. 119 2919

16 other objects in this reference

Externally illuminated young stellar environments in the Orion nebula: Hubble Space Telescope planetary camera and ultraviolet observations.

Bally, J., Sutherland, R.S., Devine, D., and Johnstone, D. 1998, A.J. 116 293

3 other objects in this reference

2.12 Micron Molecular Hydrogen Emission from Circumstellar Disks Embedded in the Orion Nebula

Chen, H. et al. 1998, Ap.J. 492, L173

1 other objects in this reference